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Great accuracy. This is near match grade accuracy. They use the same brass as the federal gold match ( not lc or fc ) . Federal states these are for accuracy training. I achieved 3/4" @100yds with these 62gr red American eagles. -
Thank you, so much!!! Just recieved my order. Everything is perfect! Double boxed with bubble wrap ensured product was delivered in excellent condition. I had been searching for 124 grain American Eagle for months. I could find some - at a ridiculous high price. Fair price and prompt service!!! I will be back!! Thanks, again!! -
this 22 250 Federal Premium ammo 60gr partition. is a very good ammo for deer size game. the ammo in a 1-10 twist with Ruger 20 inch barrel had a spread of only 36 feet per second out of ten rounds. in the Ruger it shot 3/4
an inch to 1 .25 inche group at 100yds. have shot deer out to 200 plus yards through shoulder with Pass through with a massive exit wound. even at a hundred yards plus with a lung shot( my fault) the bullets still exited with a nice hole produced.. I would recommend this ammo to anyone sensitive to recoil. I would keep the shots max of 300 yards placed right .. at 300yds ur around six hundred and seventy five FPE and 2250FPS AVG FOR A 22 CALIBER BULLET THAT'S AS FAR AS I WOULD STRETCH IT.Good Hunting and be safe ..... - TODD
Used this for the first time this year and 3 whitetail fell in their tracks. Two of them were shot behind the shoulder and both had a caliber size entrance wound and a quarter size exit wound, with massive internal damage..One was shot at 30 yards and the other at close to 175 yards..The third deer was shot through both shoulders, the bullet held together and again produced an exit wound about the size of a quarter..As for accuracy, in my Ruger American, it punched a 7/8" group of 3 shots at 100 yards, that group size could probably be shrunk with a quality rest. - HOWARD